Place hands wide apart, outside shoulder width
Fingers spread out with index fingers pointing forward and thumbs pointing inward
Shoulder posted on top of the knuckle of the hand
Point your elbows back by trying to turn your hands out
Keep forearms vertical at full extension and flexion
Lower down with chin, chest, and hips touching the ground
Preparatory position: wide closed bar grip, feet shoulder-width apart, soft knees, the straight body, keeping a natural bend in a waist, looking in front of ourselves. Elbows are pressed tight to the body, we bend elbows and we raise the bar to an angle of 90 degrees, then we smoothly lower a bar down. In the lower point elbows aren't fully unbent, so that muscles remain in tension throughout all exercise. Watch that your body is not moving and that elbows remain still.
An ancient knot, known for thousands of years, that is sometimes called «the king of knots» for its multiple virtues and vast scope of application. It is easy to tie and untie, doesn’t slip off the rope and doesn’t jam. It is one of the four basic maritime knots.
ABoK #1010, #1716
This hitch is very secure and is commonly used for setting up rope swings. The standing part, when loaded, tightens the knot, which allows the knot to hold very heavy loads. The Swing Hitch is also easy to undo, allowing one to untie the swings when needed without difficulty.
The Trilene Fishing Knot is best for use with monofilament or fluorocarbon and is effective for tying line to snaps, swivels, hooks and lures. The Trilene knot is also known as the Two Turn Clinch Knot
Keep your elbows in so that they are parallel to your body.
Push your back down flat into the floor to isolate your abdominal muscles.
Gently curl your shoulders forward and up off the floor.
Continue to push down into the floor with your lower back.
Raise your shoulders about four to six inches only.
Hold and squeeze your abdominal muscles for a count of one.
The Granny knot is one of the three Reef knot twins; the only difference is that the lines cross in opposite directions. The Granny knot is very insecure. It can easily slip along a line, and this feature allows it to turn effortlessly into a double half hitch — a hitch, very useful in boating.
ABoK #3, #80, #186, #464, #1206, #1405, #2553, #3786
Stand with your feet wide apart, front foot flat on the ground, rear foot up on your toes. Stand up tall, with your shoulders back and your chest lifted. Center your weight between your feet. Tighten your abs and square your hips. Bend both knees and lower straight down toward the floor; do not pitch forward over your front thigh. Keep your front knee over your toes as you lower, shinbone perpendicular to the floor. Keep your torso vertical and your shoulders back; do not lean forward. Lower until your front thigh is parallel to the floor, then reverse the move to stand back up to the star.
Starting position - standing, feet shoulder width apart. Take the barbell with the regular grip; distance between palms makes approximately 50-60 cm. Hold the barbell as close, as possible to your body, don't push it forward. Try to hold elbows as high, as possible.
A preparatory position: sitting, the back is completely pressing on the machine, shoulder blades are brought together, hands are on handles as shown in the picture, then we bring arms together and we strain chest muscles and then we come back into the preparatory position.
Bourbon & Cola is a 100% American drink. Bourbon, an American corn whiskey, is known for its strong smell and sweet taste. But cola softens its edge and its taste becomes lighter. Bourbon & Cola gained popularity as one of the best cocktails for men.
The taut-line hitch is an adjustable loop knot for use on lines under tension. It is useful when the length of a line will need to be periodically adjusted in order to maintain tension. It is made by tying a rolling hitch around the standing part after passing around an anchor object. Tension is maintained by sliding the hitch to adjust size of the loop, thus changing the effective length of the standing part without retying the knot. It is typically used for securing tent lines in outdoor activities involving camping, by arborists when climbing trees, for tying down aircraft, for creating adjustable moorings in tidal areas, and to secure loads on vehicles.
ABoK #62, #1027, #1230, #1729, #1730, #1799, #1800, #1855, #1856, #1857, #1993
Stand with your feet in a staggered stance, left foot in front of your right, two or three feet apart. Lower your body into a split squat . Quickly jump up and scissor-kick your legs so that you land with your right leg forward . As soon as your feet land, lower your body into a split squat.
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Let’s begin a 3D drawing!
If you don't have any previous experience with this kind of picture, we suggest you start with the simplest drawings, for example, a circle.
When learning to draw in 3D, it’s best to use simple pencils with different grades of lead. If you can, acquire a special kit. Soft lead pencils make a darker and thicker line; hard lead pencils a thinner and lighter line. In addition, when drawing in 3D you must sometimes bear down harder and sometimes more lightly.
One of the most effective binding knots, the Constrictor, is rather simple to make and difficult, sometimes even impossible, to untie. It is extremely tough and can even damage or deform the bound objects. The Constrictor is generally used for semi-permanent binding.
ABoK #176, #355, #364, #430, #1188, #1189, #1249, #1250, #1251, #1252, #2052, #2097, #2489, #2560, #3441, #3700, #3853